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RETURNING A SERVE for the Trojan volleyball team against Hancock last Thursday at Trojan Gym is senior Emily Giese (3). Teammates pictured from left to right are Kara Helgeson (18), Michaela Radermacher (12), Becca Peterson, Morgan Messmer (22) and Rachel Berger (5). The Trojans lost in three games to the Owls. This week the Lady Trojans will travel to Canby on Tuesday, Sept. 27 and host Wheaton-Herman-Norcross on Thursday. Junior varsity matches will begin at 6:15 p.m. Trojan volleyball team drops matches to CGB, Hancock The Trojan volleyball team had two conference matches last week, a close four game match loss to the CGB Wolverines and a three game loss to the Hancock Owls. On Tuesday, Sept. 20 the Trojans traveled to Graceville and even though all four games were close, they lost by scores of 22-25, 25-20, 24-26 and 22- 25. In those matches Micahela Rader- macher had seven assists, five kills and four aces. Becca Peterson had seven assists, three kills and four aces, Rikki Roscoe had two kills and 12 blocks, Kara Helgeson had four kills and 26 blocks, Emily Giese had one kill, four blocks and 11 serves, Rachel Berger had five kills, four blocks and nine serves, Morgan Messmer led with 55 passes, six aces and 21 serve receives and Kaitlyn Rehn had one ace. "The team did very well," said Coach Bernadette Barnaud. "Every game was close and they never quit. They are playing well as a team and hopefully we can continue to get bet- ter." On Thursday, Sept. 22 the Lady Trojans hosted the always tough Han- cock Owls. Ortonville lost in three games by scores of 15-25, 12-25 and 14-25. The Trojans battled through out but couldn't put a string of points to- gether. Morgan Messmer led the team in passes with 51 and aces with one. Becca Peterson led in assists with 10, Rikki Roscoe had four kills and Kara Helgeson had 15 blocks. Ortonville has a busy week coming up. On Tuesday, Sept. 27 they travel to Canby and Thursday, Sept. 29 will host Wheaton-Herman-Norcross with the junior varsity matches starting at 6:15 p.m. On Saturday, Oct. 1 they will travel to Hancock for the Hancock Tournament which starts at 9 a.m. Site validation coupon for fisher, pine marten, river otter A new state trapping regulation that went into effect Sept. 1 requires trap- pers to validate a site coupon for any fisher, pine marten or river otter taken in Minnesota. The Minnesota Department of Nat- ural Resources says the free coupons are available at license vendors. Trap- pers will receive one site validation coupon for each animal they could po- tentially harvest. For example, a trap- per who intended to target fisher, pine marten and river otter would receive a total of nine coupons (five fisher/marten and four river otter). The trapping validation coupon process also requires:, Each person age five or older who takes a river otter, fisher or pine marten must validate their site validation coupon at the site of the kill by cutting out the appropri- ate notches with a sharp knife or simi- lar sharp object. The notches indicate the month, date, time (am/pm) and species (fisher/marten). • Site validation coupons do not need to be attached to the animal, but trappers must have their coupons in possession while taking or transporting fisher, pine marten or river otter. • Fisher, river otter, bobcat or pine marten taken by a resident under age five must be included in the limit of the accompanying parent or guardian. Fisher, pine marten and river otter must be validated on one o€ .t. r .... * or guardian's site validation coupons. • Fisher, pine marten and river otter must not be removed from the kill site without the trapper's validated site coupon in possession. Authorized agents* may remove trapped fisher, pine marten, and otter from the trap and the agent must validate their own site validation coupon at and prior to removing the animal from the site of the kill. • Site validation coupons are not transferrable. Trappers may acquire site validation coupons at any time be- fore or during the trapping season. Re- placements for site validation coupons that are lost or destroyed are available upon request from any license vendor. Replacement site validation coupons are clearly marked as replacements. • Trappers must present completed site validation coupons for each fisher, pine marten and river otter when they present the pelts for furbearer registra- tion. An authorized agent is an individual that a trapper has authorized in writing and who possesses all necessary li- censes to tend traps set by the trapper, including resetting the trap at the same set. Complete trapping regulations can be found beginning on page 44 of the Minnesota Hunting & Trapping Regu- lations Handbook or on the DNR web- site at: www.dnr.state.mn.us/regulations/hunt- ing/index.html. New Walk In Access signs to welcome MN hunters By Les Kvidera, District Techni- cian, Lac qui Parle Soil and Water Conservation District Southwestern Minnesota hunters will see some new signs and have more areas to hunt this fall with the addition of 9,700 acres in the Walk In Access program. The new pilot program targets quality wildlife acres, such as CRP, CREP and RIM, to allow the best op- portunity for hunters to succeed in the field. Landowners who have signed up for the program receive $10-13 per acre to allow the public to hunt on their property. The Walk In Access Areas are open to everyone so please be ethical, cour- teous and safe, this is a great opportu- nity to gain good areas to hunt so please do not abuse it or you may lose it. More information can be found on the Minnesota DNR website http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/walkin/ along with downloadable maps show- ing Walk In Access Areas. If you would like to learn more about the WaLk In Access Program, or any of the other programs that the Lac qui Parle Soil and Water Conservation District works with, visit our website at http://lacquiparleswcd.org/contact us by phone at 320-598-7321 ext 3, or stop in our office located in Madison at 122 8th Avenue South. NICK ATHEY OF THE TROJANS placed eighth overall at the Renville Meet held last Thursday. The senior helped the Trojan boys to a second place finish. Graceville Gun Club turkey shoot winners Graceville Gun Club turkey win- ners for Sept. 20. Jay Ward, Kody Pullis, Janet Ward, Dillon Roseneau, Mason Pullis-2, Derek Blankenhagen- 2, Devon Sanford, Dean Kipp, Harris Selvig-2, Neil Brandt, Marv Weick Jr., Gary Johnson-2, Tracy Casper, Paul Koch,-2, Matt Hippie-3, David Bauer, Scott Bauer-2. Bowling ORTONVILLE'S DEFENSE MAKES THE STOP in their win over Hancock last Friday, 42-32. Shown above is Quincy Swenson (53) making a tackle to stop the Owls on their drive. Coach Keller stated that the offensive and defensive lines did a good job in the Trojans win. Ortonville will play Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity this Friday night at 7 p.m. in Winsted. at I:l00e00 FIrM Take Advantage of Our Two Classes and Stay Fit! ZUMBA CLASSES Wednesdays at 6:00 PM (Due to large growth and popularity we have moved our Zumba class to the Senior Citizens Center in Ortonville) KETTLEBELL CIRCUIT STAFFED HOURS Coming Soon! (Certified instructor will be on site!) Monday: 9:00-11:30am & 5:00-6:30pm Tuesday: 9:00-11:30am Wednesday: 4:00-5:30pm Thursday: 9:00-11:30am Saturday: 11:00am-12:30pm r YOUR COMPLETE AUTO GLASS & BODY SHOP FITN Colette - 320-30S-3066 cell ..... :i j: Monday Nite - 9/19/2011 Won Lost Ortonville Independent ............. 7 1 Moose Lodge .............................. 6 2 Larry's Refrigeration ................ 5 3 Precision Glass ........................... 4 4 Pro Image Partners .................. 4 4 Otrey Lake ................................ .3 5 Minnwest Bank .......................... 2 6 Bye .............................................. 1 7 HTSG: Pro Image Partners- 907; HTSS: Pro Image Partners- 2566; HTHG: Moose Lodge- 1092; HTHS: Larry's Refrigeration - 3100; HISG: Wayne Frette- 246; HISS: Art Vollmer- 629. Friday Nite - 9/23/2011 Won Lost Team 2 ....................................... .3 1 Peterson Chiropractic .............. 2.5 1. Team 5 ........................................ 2 2 Team 6 ........................................ 2 2 M.S Construction ................ 1. 2.q Alley Cats ................................... 1 3 HTSG: M.S Construction- 477; HTSS: Peterson Chiropractic- 1358; HTHG: Team 2- 628; HTHS: Peterson Chiro- practic - 1754; HISG: Brian Valek- 193; HISS: Mark Stolpman- 521. We Repair All Kinds of Challenges! • 100% Customer Satisfaction • Complete Auto Body Shop • Windshield Repair & Replacement • Largest In-Stock Windshield Inventory -P_ROGR SSIVE 00COLLISION & GLASS CteEveNS/EndRo I N fk ' S " gg , 2519 S E Second STr:lelt ;reOert88nsv_i1811eg_2M216278 A HOLE IN ONE for Bill Lund, Sr on Sept. 13 at the Graceville Golf Course. Bill made his great shot on hole #6 using his 7 iron and hitting it 117 yards. Witnessing this was Terry Kirk, Sr. Protect what's important! 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